Vintage baseball jacket sports our Cave Creek pattern. Ancient petroglyphs left on the rock walls of a former Hohokam settlement inspired the design. The area known as Cave Creek in Arizona was originally settled by the Hohokam people. Through farming, hunting, and harvesting native plants, this ancient tribe thrived in the high desert's extremes of heat and cold. An extensive irrigation network is still visible in parts of the Cave Creek area today. The Hohokam disappeared around 1450 AD, but they left behind evidence of their agricultural accomplishments as well as pottery, weavings and musical instruments, a testament to their cultural and artistic sophistication. This exclusive Pendleton jacquard is woven in our American mills. Snap front, two-way flapped patch pockets, elastic collar, cuffs and bottom. Pure virgin wool/cotton. Nylon lining. Dry clean. Imported of USA fabric. 27½" long on size large.
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